7 Lessons I Learned While Waiting

As the year went by, things were getting harder and questions of “how much longer, God?” have been the subject of every prayer. And when these desires in my heart were given to friends and other people, my heart sunk even lower and weighed even heavier than it did before...like the weight wasn’t heavy enough already...like the pain wasn’t painful enough already.

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Sometimes We Just Have To Wait

Waiting…it’s not for everybody. We all wait for different things in our lives. Whether it’s getting a job, finding someone special, finishing a degree, or having kids, we’re all waiting for something. In my case, I was waiting for him to pop the question.

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Paying It Forward on a Budget

Paying it forward is when someone does something for you, but instead of paying the person back directly, you pass it on to another person. And that got us thinking: Does paying it forward really have to involve money?

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How to Deal with Your Fears

Biologically speaking, fear is essential to our survival. It protects us from potential danger and alerting us to respond accordingly. So if fear tells us to step out of the way of an oncoming car, what makes it the bad guy?


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What is Your Word For 2019?

Even though things are slowly kicking in, there wasn’t a day during my holiday that I pondered and meditated on my word for 2019. Since last year, I have decided to start a year with a word in my heart.

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Staying in the Uncomfortable

Whether it be taking on a new job or ending one, moving out of the house, moving to a new city, starting new relationships or ending old ones, stepping out is usually associated with big changes. Not so much for me.

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Birthday Reflection: Staying Motivated

Whether you are studying, working, or managing you own side hustle, things can get a little dry and staying motivated is getting more and more challenging day by day.

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Exclusive Report: Why Women Don't Celebrate Themselves

Find out why women don’t celebrate themselves and the reason behind Project Fearless.

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How Practicing Self-Celebration Benefit Others

After going through some highs and lows while practicing self-celebration, I am happy to report back to you that celebrating you is not selfish at all. Yes, the people around you positively benefit from this practice too.

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Why Self-Celebration is your New Personal Weapon

A few years ago, I found myself in what I believe to be another rock bottom. This time it wasn’t a loss of a relationship or a loved one, but the complete loss of self-confidence due to comparison. During that season, I only had a month left in my work contract and started comparing my career to the girl close to me.

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To Microwave or Marinate?

I heard in a sermon as a teenager that we live in a “microwave state of mind instead of a marinating state of mind.” As a teenager, I remember thinking the pastor was just old and slow and didn’t understand how he didn’t appreciate that the times are a-changin! But, over the years and perhaps after marriage and motherhood, I’ve come to see that the need of immediacy or “instant gratification” well, isn’t that gratifying.

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Grace Upon Grace

About nine months ago, my life took a completely different turn than I had never expected. I was newly married at the time, and I honestly thought I was in a normal, healthy relationship. But as time went on, my mental health had taken a hard downfall. I became severely depressed, and anxious with anything and everything.

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You are Worthy of Celebrating

As we rebrand WIP to Her Progress (a.k.a HER), we’ve wanted to know how we can help women find the worth they endlessly seek within themselves. In this rebranding process, not only do we want to share God’s faithfulness and goodness, but we also want to celebrate you and your progress

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Why Am I Still Single?

How do you view singleness? A curse, A disease, a sore or taboo subject? Is singleness a trigger to painful reminders that “everyone” else is married, has or is having children, or that everyone else is in a relationship but me?

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